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  5. Stopper the flask and swirl the solution so that the whole of the inner surface of the flask is wetted. The solution will turn brown. Continue swirling until a mirror forms in about 2 minutes. e When a satisfactory mirror has formed, wash the solution down the sink with plenty of water. Rinse out the flask well with water and discard the.
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